Symbols Related to Luck – mostly Good Luck
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Lucky Symbols Around the WorldLuck, a very common and ordinary word, is symbolized by a wide array of objects and lucky symbols.
Some of them are numbers, plants, and animal life. All of these things vary significantly in different cultures around the world.
The significance of each symbol is rooted in either folklore, mythology, esoterism, religion, tradition, necessity or a combination of these things.
Here are a Few International Symbols of Lucknautical star, spotting an albatross are considered lucky.
More lucky symbols are wishing wells, wishbones, a stray eyelash, spotting a shooting star as well.
All of these in one form or another are common representatives of good luck or can bring good luck to the person with them.
Lucky Symbols for Certain Countries
The Germans consider the pig as well as the ladybug to be symbols representing luck. The spotting of a chimney sweep in traditional clothing is also regarded fortuitous.
The fish is considered to be a lucky symbol in Italy.
Carrying a fish scale in ones’ purse or wallet is considered ‘lucky’.
“You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.”
~ Cormac McCarthy, No Country for Old Men
Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.
~ Dalai Lama XIV
“Risk means ‘shit happens’ or ‘good luck”
~ Toba Beta, Betelgeuse Incident: Insiden Bait Al-Jauza
“People always call it luck when you’ve acted more sensibly than they have.”
~ Anne Tyler
Some Unusual Ladybug Gifts
- A Barnstar is a symbol of luck, like hanging a Horseshoe over a door.
- Numbers are often considered lucky and the number 7 is often called the lucky number 7.
- Dice and playing cards were considered as lucky Nose art on American military aircraft
- The lucky rabbit’s foot is a widely accepted lucky symbol.
A Few Unusual Gifts
The number 8 is considered lucky, because its pronunciation is similar to the pronunciation of the character meaning prosperity or wealth.
Jade is also considered particularly lucky.
Buddha figurines are considered fortuitous. Dragonflys, crickets, red bats, tigers, red chinese lanterns, pigs, bamboo as well.
Representations of Leprechauns are believed to be lucky.
Trolls are considered lucky.
Garden dwarfs are believed to be lucky although this symbol has wider appeal.
The Egyptians consider Scarabs to be good luck beetles.